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, it's going ahead. and the idea of deferring has not only the obama administration and the democratic party appeaplectic, t insurance is scared because of the individual mandate because the result will be to tear up their business model as you know and tear up profits. we're looking at the prospect here, if there isn't careful reasoning and a careful understanding amongst everyone here about a direction to head toward that we're talking about one-sixth of the economy that is now vulnerable because a website, as the president put it, didn't work because obama care itself is built now on what we see as a very, very faulty assumption and presumption because of the mandate that young people are going to sign up for health care that they typically do not need. these riks are very high. where are the republicans headed now, and what is the course you all will follow? >> well, we are going to continue to get to the bottom of this. you know, you pointed out one major issue here, and the cybersecurity issue, as you heard, that we're very concerned about that. you know, there are americans who
bush and then we've seen that just get larger and larger under president obama. this is a much larger issue and we have to pull back on some of those qualifications regulations. >> so bill, should we pull back? >> listen, i think rich has the notion that the administration's sin is just the increase in the number of recipients. i think there's a much bigger sin which is the weakening of the work requirement. do not cut benefits. there are genuinely needy pa families. an able bodied adult, work 27 hour as month to earn the benefits. really enforce that. find government jobs doing things like cleaning up parks for people who don't have other employment and make them earn their benefits. >> mike, should there be that work requirement there? >> i don't think, dade, the government should be in the food stamp business at all. primarily because it's tremendously inefficient. over ten cents of every dollar of the food stamp budget goes to paying bureaucrats. it doesn't work. look, the cost, when you adjust for inflation and population, since this was started in the '30s, has risen over 600%.
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